Thursday, March 22, 2012

The Wrap-Up: March 22, 2012

There was a resounding victory for marriage equality in New Hampshire yesterday. The surprising part: we have some Republicans (a lot of them in fact) to thank for this.

The new budget proposal from GOP House members would exacerbate "Too-Big-To-Fail."

Not only this, but faith leaders, including a Catholic priest from Paul Ryan's district (Ryan is the main author of the plan) are against how it "robs from the poor."

I was wondering why Etch-A-Sketch was trending on Twitter on Wednesday. This is why.

Was the Illinois Primary the beginning of the end of the GOP nomination?

Rick Santorum is learning that being authentic is a bad thing when you are authentically against so many groups of people.

Elizabeth Warren says it is time for President Obama to finish evolving on marriage equality.

Despite all of the people in politics who sounded off on the Limbaugh "slut" incident, there was at least one group from whom there was mostly silence: GOP female legislators.

Some employers are apparently asking for the sign-in information (i.e. password) for current and potential employee's Facebook pages. Um, how is that legal?

And lastly, I don't think that MSNBC's Thomas Roberts is not a fan of NOM's Brian Brown...and I don't blame him one bit.

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